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Representatives, on the 30th of August, 1869. It is necessary to state
t that no part of it was written till ten days after its delivery. Part of
what was said has probably been omitted, and something which might
not have been said may possibly be included ; but certainly nothing
that was not present to the mind of the speaker before the address was
It was understood that it would appear in Hansard with the debates
of the House. But, on the 3rd of August, Mr. Creighton stated that
"be found in the Hansard report the following words," " Mr. Busby
appeared at the Bar of the Honse and made a statement in support of
his claims." For statement see the appendix to this volume.
He trusted that the House would take action on the subject and say
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Reports of the debates of the House, as "it was not right that state-
ments, known to be untrue, and which had not been contravened,
should be published under the authority of the House." He also
stated that he " knew that the report of the speech was nearly all in type
.n the Government Printing office." On the following day " an interim
report was brought up from the Reporting debates committee, repre-
senting resolutions," to the effect that Mr. Busby's statement at the
Bar of the House be not printed as an Appendix to Hansard.
No doubt the Members of the House are privileged to slander their
neighbours ; but while the press is free, the privilege of exposing
these slanders cannot be denied to the injured party — and it is intended
in an appendix to do full justice to the misrepresentations and evasions
of the truth, as well as to the blatent falsehoods, by which the House
was induced to allow a second session to pass without making provision
to redeem the Governor's dishonored bills, and for the satisfaction of a
judgment debt, as well as to vindicate its own Legislation, which had
been set at nought by a provincial functionary.
It is, however, necessary to the full understanding of the following
address that it should be prefaced by some explanatory remarks.
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the subject matter to his available space, and I recognise that this is a
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reason that any publicity in the press referring to the banking institut-
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It is a manifest truth that if debts are overwhelming, credits that
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extortionate and unjust. The war destroyed assets and increased capital
claims and this disequilibrium must be adjusted to mutual advantage
before the safety of civilisation can be secure. , I suggest that monetary
claims are too oppressive on industrial efforts and unless relief is given
in large measure, capital will find like the dog in the fable that "in
grasping at the shadow, it has lost the substance."
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